Warren County Genealogical Society
Warren County, Ohio
Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society
Warren County Historical Articles 1907-1928 Written by Josiah Morrow

 

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Josiah Morrow was born on 26 Aug 1838 near Fosters in Warren County, Ohio, the son of John and Nancy (Espy) Morrow and the grandson of Governor Jeremiah Morrow.  Josiah graduated from Miami University in Oxford in 1859 and went on to become an attorney, reading law under Governor Tom Corwin and Judge George R. Sage.  Josiah died on 28 December 1928 in Lebanon Ohio at the age of 90 years 4 months and 2 days.  His body was cremated and the remains were buried in lot 8, grave 32 of Union Cemetery in Symmes Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, in the same lot as his parents and grandparents, Governor Jeremiah & Mary (Parkhill) Morrow.  He never married.

Josiah Morrow was the author of the county history portion (Part III) of Beers 1882 History of Warren County Ohio. Much of the documentation of the early history of the county can be attributed to Josiah Morrow thanks to his life long efforts to gather and preserve the history of the county. 

On May 9, 1907, the first of a series of Local History articles appeared in The Western Star newspaper published in Lebanon Ohio.  He continued writing a weekly article for over 20 years, with the last of over 1000 articles being published in the 24 May 1928 edition of the newspaper when he was 89 years old and just 7 months before he passed away.  [Due to a broken hip, no articles were published between April 1926 and May 1927]

Warren County Genealogical Society volunteer, Chuck Griffen, has gone through the microfilms of the Western Star and extracted 1,053 of the articles and assembled them into 5 loose leaf binders located in our Resource Library in Lebanon.  Chuck has also created a topical index of the articles to use as finding aid which has been included on our website in chronological order which gives the title of the article, publication date and the page number where the article can be found in our binders.  You can use the search function of you web browser to find an article on a particular topic. 

If you see an article of interest, you may review the article by visiting our resource library.  If you cannot come to our library in person, copies of individual articles can be obtained for $1.00 each by using our Mail Order Photocopy Request Form.  When you send in your order form, be sure to indicate that you are requesting a Josiah Morrow article.

 In 1993, Dallas Bogan compiled and published a 274 page book titled “The Pioneer Writings of Josiah Morrow” which contains material from 68 of the articles arranged by topic.  The book is available from the Warren County Historical Society in Lebanon, Ohio.   http://www.wchsmuseum.org/

Title of Article Published in The Western Star Publication Date WCGS Page
Justice John McLean May 9, 1907 1
Francis Dunlevy May 23, 1907 3
Mary Craig Dunlevy May 30, 1907 5
Joshua Collett June 6, 1907 7
Robert Benham June 13, 1907 11
Nominations by Party Conventions June 20, 1907 13
Jeremiah Morrow June 27 , 1907 15
Ephraim Kibbey July 4, 1907 17
Old Hickory July 11, 1907 19
The Virginians July 18, 1907 21
Interesting Notes on the Biographical Papers July 25, 1907 23
Rev James Smith's Journey to the Northwest Territory Aug 1, 1907 25
Old Lebanon Aug 8, 1907 27
Letter of George Sale Aug 15, 1907 29
Old Names and Dates in Warren County Aug 22, 1907 31
Last of the Shakers Aug 29, 1907 33
Tom Corwin's Famous Case Sep 5, 1907 37
Hon. Thomas R Ross Sep 12, 1907 39
Early Physicians of Warren County Sep 19, 1907 43
Grant's Boyhood Sep 26, 1907 45
Canal Dinner of 1825 Oct 3 , 1907 49
Edward D Mansfield Oct 10, 1907 51
Pioneer Incidents in Deerfield Township Oct 17, 1907 55
Beginniing of Waynesville Oct 24, 1907 57
The Butterworths Oct 31, 1907 61
South Lebanon 7 Nov , 1907 65
The Duke of Saxe-Weimer 14 Nov, 1907 69
James E Murdoch 21 Nov, 1907 71
Richard McNemar 28 Nov, 1907 73
Shaker History 5 Dec, 1907 77
Shaker Trials 12 Dec, 1907 79
The Early Baptists 19 Dec, 1907 81
Our New Library 26 Dec, 1907 83
War of 1812 in Lebanon 2 Jan, 1908 87
Religious Delusions 9 Jan, 1908 89
Judge Geo J Smith 16 Jan, 1908 91
Reminescenses of Seventeen Years on the Bench 23 Jan, 1908 95
Judge Jno Probasco 30 Jan, 1908 97
Lebanon Lawyers 6 Feb, 1908 101
Supreme Court Held at Lebanon 13 Feb, 1908 105
A Criminal Case of 1807 20 Feb, 1908 109
Shaker Annals 27 Feb, 1908 111
Shaker Annals 5 Mar, 1908 113
The Public Lands of Warren County 12 Mar, 1908 115
Virginia's Land 19 Mar, 1908 117
Symme's Purchase 26 Mar, 1908 119
The Military Range 2 Apr, 1908 121
Ministerial Lands 9 Apr, 1908 123
Pre-Emptian Rights 16 Apr, 1908 125
Warren County in 1819 23 Apr, 1908 127
Origin of Warren County Geographical Names 30 Apr, 1908 131
Origin of Names of Towns and Villages 7 May, 1908 133
Old Time Mails 14 May, 1908 135
Our First Road 28 May, 1908 137
Gen George Rogers Clark 4 June, 1908 141
Gen Josiah Harmar 11 June, 1908 143
Francis Asbury 18 June, 1908 145
Indian Cornfields 25 June, 1908 149
Indian Farming 2 July, 1908 151
Early Indian Foods 9 July, 1908 155
Warren County in 1833 16 July, 1908 159
Era of Mud Roads 23 July, 1908 163
Era of Turnpikes 30 July, 1908 167
Great Turnpikes 6 Aug, 1908 171
Turnpike Traffic 13 Aug, 1908 175
Great Highways Along the Big Miami 20 Aug, 1908 179
First Stage Line Through Lebanon 27 Aug , 1908 183
Roads Across the State 3 Sept, 1908 185
Old Time Swamps 10 Sept, 1908 189
Frontier Boyhood of Francis Dunlevy 17 Sept, 1908 191
Dunlevy Papers 24 Sept, 1908 193
Dunlevy Papers 1 Oct, 1908 195
Dunlevy Papers 8 Oct, 1908 197
Dunlevy's Eduacation 15 Oct, 1908 199
The Boy Soldiers (1776) 22 Oct, 1908 203
Life of Washington--Francis Glass 29 Oct, 1908 205
Francis Glass 5 Nov, 1908 209
Some Pioneer Life--Anthony Dunlevy 12 Nov, 1908 211
The First School 19 Nov, 1908 213
Pioneer Preachers 26 Nov, 1908 217
The First Churches 3 Dec, 1908 219
Some Old Epitaphs 10 Dec, 1908 221
First Elections 24 Dec, 1908 223
First Elections 31 Dec, 1908 227
First Great Contest Between Political Parties in Miami Valley 7 Jan, 1909 231
First Constitutional Convention of Ohio 14 Jan, 1909 235
Jeffersonian Democrats Win 21 Jan, 1909 239
First Legislature of Ohio 28 Jan, 1909 243
Our First Courts 4 Feb, 1909 247
Riding the Circuit 11 Feb, 1909 251
First Record of Mechanics Institute 18 Feb, 1909 253
The Old-Time Debates 25 Feb, 1909 257
Treasurer's Book of Old Mechanic's Institute 4 Mar, 1909 261
Old Time Shakers 11 Mar, 1909 263
The Lecture System 18 Mar, 1909 267
Corwin's Lecture 25 Mar, 1909 269
Daniel Vaughan 1 Apr, 1909 273
Our First Railroad 8 Apr, 1909 277
Early Railroading 15 Apr, 1909 279
Farm Life of Gov Jeremiah Morrow 22 Apr, 1909 281
Begs Funds to Start Miami University 29 Apr, 1909 283
Location of Miami at Lebanon 6 May, 1909 287
Lafayette in Ohio 13 May, 1909 291
Regimental Court of Enquiry at Deerfield 20 May, 1909 293
Col Wm Trimble's Letters 27 May, 1909 297
The Old Almanacs 3 June, 1909 301
Silas Wharton 10 June, 1909 305
Pioneer Quakers 17 June, 1909 309
Old Time Quakers 24 June, 1909 313
Log Cabin Campaign 1 July, 1909 315
Campaign of 1842 8 July, 1909 319
Earliest Speeches of Tom Corwin 15 July , 1909 321
Corwin, Reluctant to Speak in Congress 22 July, 1909 323
Life of Abel Janney 29 July, 1909 327
First Temperance Society Organized in 1829 5 Aug, 1909 329
William Smalley 12 Aug, 1909 333
Frontier Hunters 19 Aug, 1909 335
The Pioneer's Food 26 Aug, 1909 337
Our Corn Canneries 2 Sept, 1909 339
Henry Howe 9 Sept, 1909 343
Henry Howe's Visit to Lebanon 16 Sept, 1909 345
First days of Civil War in Warren County 23 Sept, 1909 349
Old Family Names 30 Sept, 1909 351
Familiar Surnames of Warren County 7 Oct, 1909 353
Deed from J C Symmes to Benjamin Morris 14 Oct, 1909 355
More About Our Names 21 Oct, 1909 357
Oldest Medical Society in Ohio 28 Oct, 1909 359
The Lincoln Family 4 Nov, 1909 363
Revolutionary Soldiers 11 Nov, 1909 367
An Old Memorial 11 Nov, 1909 369
Horseback Traveling 18 Nov, 1909 371
Miss Nancy Butterworth 25 Nov, 1909 373
First Town Lots in Lebanoon Sold 1805 2 Dec, 1909 375
Emigrants' Adventures 9 Dec, 1909 379
Journey to Washington in 1823 16 Dec, 1909 381
Our Colored Population 23 Dec, 1909 383
Journal of Ezekiel Hughes 30 Dec, 1909 385
Dr Wm M Charters 13 Jan, 1910 387
Mills of the Pioneers 20 Jan, 1910 391
Old Deerfield Township 27 Jan, 1910 393
Michael H Johnson 3 Feb, 1910 395
The Campaign of 1840 10 Feb, 1910 399
Corwin's First Campaign 17 Feb, 1910 401
Presidents in Lebanon 24 Feb, 1910 403
Longevity in Office of Ohio Legislature 3 Mar, 1910 405
The Last Great Speech of Tom Corwin 10 Mar, 1910 407
Anthony Howard Dunlevy 17 Mar, 1910 409
Reminiscences of Dunlevy 24 Mar, 1910 411
Old Papers of Judge Geo Smith 31 Mar, 1910 413
The Old Sugar Camp 7 Apr, 1910 415
John Quincy Smith 14 Apr, 1910 417
Ichabod Halsey 21 Apr, 1910 419
Our Primitive Forests 28 Apr, 1910 421
The Large Forest Game 5 May, 1910 423
The Town of Maineville 12 May, 1910 425
Dr David Morris 19 May, 1910 427
Memorandum Book of Silas Wharton 26 May, 1910 429
Letter of Tom Corwin 2 Jun, 1910 431
Candidates for Governor 1822 9 Jun, 1910 433
The Old Whig Party 16 Jun, 1910 435
Gov Morrow's Old Mill 23 Jun, 1910 437
The Liberty Party 1840 30 June, 1910 439
The Free Soil Party 1848 7 Jul, 1910 441
The Know Nothing Party 1852 14 Jul, 1910 443
The Clinton County Centennial 21 Jul, 1910 445
Death of the Whig Party 28 Jul, 1910 447
Death of Vallandigham 4 Aug, 1910 449
The Governors of Ohio 11 Aug, 1910 451
Col John Bigger 18 Aug, 1910 453
Life in the Backwoods 25 Aug, 1910 455
Olden Times 1 Sep, 1910 457
The Pioneers First Year 8 Sep, 1910 459
Letter of Judge Collett 15 Sep, 1910 461
Our Primitive Forests 22 Sep, 1910 463
About Our Churches 29 Sep, 1910 465
Clearing the Forests 6 Oct, 1910 467
An Emigrant's Journal (Moses Guest) 13 Oct, 1910 469
Federalists in Ohio 20 Oct, 1910 471
Cincinnati in 1809 27 Oct, 1910 473
Election Days in Ohio 3 Nov, 1910 475
Carriages in Ohio 10 Nov, 1910 477
Fluctuating Majorities of Whigs & Republicans 17 Nov, 1910 479
John McLean's Letter to Trimble 24 Nov, 1910 481
The First Army to March Through Warren County 1 Dec, 1910 483
The Indian's Horses 8 Dec, 1910 485
Cotton Mill at Freeport 15 Dec, 1910 487
Vicious Paper Money 22 Dec, 1910 489
James B Graham 29 Dec, 1910 491
A Merchant's Story of a Store on Lebanon 5 Jan, 1911 493
The Early Merchants of Miami Valley 12 Jan, 1911 495
Longevity of Lebanon Citizens 19 Jan, 1911 497
Long Lived People 26 Jan, 1911 499
In the Indian War 2 Feb, 1911 501
Our Will Records 9 Feb, 1911 503
Gen Harmar's Expedition 16 Feb, 1911 505
Cattle and Horses with Harmar's Army 23 Feb, 1911 507
Farming by the Indians 2 Mar, 1911 509
Indians' Maple Sugar 9 Mar, 1911 511
The Mound Builders 16 Mar, 1911 513
Gen Durbin Ward 23 Mar, 1911 515
The Term "Indian Summer" 30 Mar, 1911 517
A Curious Old Map of Ohio 6 Apr, 1911 519
Early Land Surveying 13 Apr, 1911 521
Warren County in 1833 20 Apr, 1911 523
The Mexican War Speech 27 Apr, 1911 525
Corwin's Famous Saying 4 May, 1911 517
John McDonald's Biographical Sketches 11 May, 1911 519
Adventurous Surveyors 18 May, 1911 531
Earliest Entries of Virginia Military Lands 25 May, 1911 533
An Old Welsh Pamphlet 1 Jun, 1911 535
Ohio's Wonderful Growth 8 Jun, 1911 537
Sketch of Ormsby Mitchel 15 Jun, 1911 539
O M Mitchel's Report 22 Jun, 1911 541
Improvements in Transportation 29 Jun, 1911 543
DeWitt Clinton on Canal System 6 Jul, 1911 545
A Tortuous Waterway 13 Jul, 1911 547
Early River Navigation 20 Jul, 1911 549
Constitution Convention 27 Jul, 1911 551
Two Great Enterprises, 1830-40 3 Aug, 1911 553
Ohio's First Constitution 10 Aug, 1911 555
Proposed Division of Ohio 17 Aug, 1911 557
Jeffersonian Democrats   24 Aug, 1911 559
Constitution Making 31 Aug, 1911 561
Constitution Making 7 Sep, 1911 563
Constitution Making 14 Sep, 1911 565
The Old and New Constitutions 21 Sep, 1911 567
Officers of the County 28 Sep, 1911 569
The Ballot in America 5 Oct, 1911 571
First Fairs in Lebanon 12 Oct, 1911 573
First Fairs at Lebanon 19 Oct, 1911 575
Our Greatest Revival 26 Oct, 1911 577
Religious Camp Meetings 2 Nov, 1911 579
New Lights and Shakers 9 Nov, 1911 583
Richard McNemar 16 Nov, 1911 585
Richard McNemar 23 Nov , 1911 587
The Turtle Creek Church 30 Nov, 1911 589
Turtle Creek New Lights 7 Dec, 1911 591
Three Missionaries of 1805 14 Dec, 1911 593
McNemar's Shaker Life 21 Dec, 1911 595
A Wagon Journey from Maine to Warren County in 1834 11 Jan, 1912 597
Early Periodicals 18 Jan, 1912 599
The First Shaker Convert 25 Jan, 1912 601
Original Constitutions of Ohio 1 Feb, 1912 603
Thomas Scott 8 Feb, 1912 605
Colonel John Hopkins 15 Feb , 1912 607
Our Early Congressmen 22 Feb, 1912 609
Congressional Districts 29 Feb , 1912 611
Life of John Woods 7 Mar, 1912 613
Congressmen of Warren County 14 Mar, 1912 615
Governor's Politics 21 Mar, 1912 617
Lyman C Draper 28 Mar, 1912 619
Vallandigham's Defeats 4 Apr, 1912 621
The College Townships 11 Apr, 1912 623
Prof James P Espy 18 Apr, 1912 625
Indian Mode of Life 25 Apr, 1912 627
New Kinds of Primaries 2 May, 1912 629
First Nomination by a National Convention 9 May, 1912 631
The Ohio Delegation for First National Convention 16 May, 1912 633
Two Important Measures 23 May, 1912 635
Samuel Linton 30 May, 1912 637
First Quaker Immigrants 6 Jun, 1912 639
The Campaign in Ohio 13 Jun, 1912 641
Corwin at the Bar 20 Jun, 1912 643
Some sayings of Corwin 27 Jun , 1912 645
New Party Movements 4 Jul, 1912 647
Verdicts by Nine Men 11 Jul, 1912 649
The Judicial Amendments 18 Jul, 1912 651
More About Amendments 25 Jul, 1912 653
Some Minor Amendments 1 Aug, 1912 655
The I & R Amendment 8 Aug, 1912 657
Carping Pamphleteers 15 Aug, 1912 659
General Considerations on the 42 Propositions 22 Aug, 1912 661
Final Obervations on the Amendments 29 Aug, 1912 663
The Comiing Campaign 5 Sep, 1912 665
Curiosities of the Vote 12 Sep, 1912 667
Most Significant Election Ever Held in Stte of Ohio 19 Sep, 1912 669
Ohio in Africa 26 Sept, 1912 671
Corwin's Place Among Orators 3 Oct, 1912 673
Ohio in Congress 10 Oct, 1912 675
Ohio in the Senate 17 Oct, 1912 677
Early Ohio Office Holdgers 24 Oct, 1912 679
Presidential Elections 31 Oct, 1912 681
Three Ohio Senators Whos Served Six Years 7 Nov, 1912 683
Great Party Victories 14 Nov, 1912 685
Political Campaign of 1912 21 Nov, 1912 687
All Water Excursion in 1847 28 Nov , 1912 689
The Short Ballot 5 Dec, 1912 691
Judge Jacob D Lowe 12 Dec, 1912 693
The Backwods Hunter 19 Dec, 1912 695
Autobiographies 26 Dec, 1912 697
Thomas Ewing 2 Jan, 1913 699
Ohio Geographical Names 9 Jan, 1913 701
New England's Influence in Warren County 16 Jan, 1913 703
John E Smith 23 Jan, 1913 705
Two Old Church Deeds 30 Jan, 1913 707
A New History of Ohio 6 Feb, 1913 709
Our Common Pleas Judges 13 Feb, 1913 711
Warren County Courts 20 Feb, 1913 713
Four Promotions (Harrison,  Burnet, Collett, Smith 27 Feb, 1913 715
Horse Drawn Vehicles 6 Mar, 1913 717
War of the Rebellion 13 Mar, 1913 719
How a Load of Lumber was Shipped from Ohio in 1830 20 Mar, 1913 721
Village Occupaations 27 Mar, 1913 723
The Flood of 1913 3 Apr, 1913 725
The Horseless Carriage 10 Apr, 1913 727
Presidential Speeches 17 Apr, 1913 729
An Industrial Marvel 24 Apr, 1913 731
Steam and Horse Power 1 May, 1913 733
Race Problems in Ohio 8 May, 1913 735
William Beedle (Beedle's Station) 15 May, 1913 737
Early Settlements of the Miami Lands 22 May, 1913 739
Blockhouses in theMiami Valley 29 May, 1913 741
Conversation between Pres Jefferson and Jeremiah Morrow 5 Jun, 1913 743
Our Public Utilities 12 Jun, 1913 745
The Main Market Roads of Ohio and Warren County 19 Jun, 1913 747
Rayimond Smith (ornithologist) 26 Jun, 1913 749
July Fourth in the Past 3 Jul, 1913 751
McGuffey's Fourth Reader 10 Jul, 1913 753
Wm D Henkle 17 Jul, 1913 755
Origin of the Gustin Name 24 Jul, 1913 757
Webster's Spelling Book 31 Jul, 1913 759
Webster's U S History 7 Aug, 1913 761
A Century Old Western Star 14 Aug, 1913 763
Silk Production in Ohio 21 Aug, 1913 767
Bible 238 Years Old 28 Aug, 1913 769
Agriculture in 1828 4 Sep, 1913 771
Nathaniel McLean 11 Sep, 1913 776
Dictionary of Congress 18 Sep, 1913 775
Book Printing in Lebanon 25 Sep, 1913 777
Revolutionary Soldier, John Gage 2 Oct, 1913 779
Emigrant's Directory 9 Oct, 1913 781
Ohio A Century Ago 16 Oct, 1913 783
Wm H P Denny 23 Oct, 1913 785
Lebanon's First Years 30 Oct, 1913 787
The Lebanon Corwins 6 Nov, 1913 789
Ichabod Corwin 13 Nov, 1913 791
Impeachment of Judges 20 Nov , 1913 793
Letter from Tom Corwin 27 Nov, 1913 795
Oratory in Congress in the 30's 4 Dec, 1913 797
War of 1812 and Letters 11 Dec, 1913 799
Early Mail Facilities 18 Dec, 1913 801
Our Postal Progress 25 Dec, 1913 803
Sycamore U P Church 8 Jan, 1914 805
Col Bowman 15 Jan, 1914 807
The Old Time Drovers 22 Jan, 1914 809
Gen Wm S Schenck 29 Jan, 1914 811
Some Old Advertisements in Western Star 5 Feb, 1914 813
Two Communistic Societies 12 Feb, 1914 815
Warren County Books 19 Feb, 1914 817
Modern Chautauquas 26 Feb, 1914 819
Our Home Blizzards 5 Mar, 1914 821
Col James Smith 12 Mar, 1914 823
Our Own Weather 19 Mar, 1914 825
The Lebanon Town Clock 26 Mar, 1914 827
Orson S Murray 2 Apr, 1914 829
Orson S Murray 9 Apr, 1914 831
Learning to Spell 16 Apr, 1914 833
Learning to Spell 23 Apr , 1914 835
Ohio in War Times 30 Apr, 1914 837
Rev Paul Henkel's Journal 7 May, 1914 839
Germans on Clearcreek 14 May, 1914 841
Rev John P Durbin 21 May, 1914 843
Judge Geo Smith's Travels in 1843 28 May, 1914 845
Across Virginia in 1843 4 Jun, 1914 847
Early Cincinnati 11 Jun, 1914 849
Taverns and Steamboaats 18 Jun, 1914 851
Timothy Flints Recollections of 100 Years Ago 25 Jun, 1914 853
July Fourth in the Past 2 Jul, 1914 855
Fillling Miami Canal 9 Jul, 1914 857
Lively River Scenes 16 Jul, 1914 859
Early Western Preaching 23 Jul, 1914 861
The National Road 30 Jul, 1914 863
Some Great Canals 6 Aug, 1914 865
Some Old Papers Belonging to Geo Smith 13 Aug, 1914 867
Beginnings of Ridgeville 20 Aug, 1914 869
Judge John McLean 27 Aug , 1914 871
Tom Corwin's Personality 3 Sep, 1914 873
Miami University 10 Sep, 1914 875
Some Old Ohio Pamphlets 17 Sep, 1914 877
Early Political History of Warren County 24 Sep, 1914 879
Ohio Archeological Atlas 1 Oct, 1914 881
Warren County Archeology 8 Oct, 1914 883
Earliest Inhabitants of Warren County 15 Oct, 1914 885
The New Seventh District 22 Oct, 1914 887
Thomas Corwin's Letters 29 Oct, 1914 889
More of Corwin's Letters 5 Nov, 1914 891
Election Observations 12 Nov, 1914 893
Names and Shibboleths 19 Nov, 1914 895
Our Red Letter Days 26 Nov , 1914 897
Legislative Nominations 3 Dec, 1914 899
Miami Valley Methodists 10 Dec, 1914 901
Pioneer Preacher's Pay 17 Dec, 1914 903
Yuletides in Lebanon 24 Dec, 1914 905
Notes and Comments 31 Dec, 1914 907
Pay of Early Lawyers 7 Jan, 1915 909
Lawyers Circuit Riding 14 Jan, 1915 911
A Senator Raises Hogs (O H Smith) 21 Jan, 1915 913
Abolition and Free Soil 28 Jan, 1915 915
Greatest Orators of Congress 4 Feb, 1915 917
Our Greatest Lawyers 11 Feb, 1915 919
The Poland China Hogs 18 Feb, 1915 921
Quakers and Indians 25 Feb, 1915 923
Our Earliest Mills 4 Mar, 1915 925
William Wood's Mill 11 Mar, 1915 927
The Lebanon House 18 Mar, 1915 929
The Public Buildings 25 Mar, 1915 931
Prohibition 1 Apr, 1915 933
The Old Ohio Taverns 8 Apr, 1915 935
Robert Witham Pioneer 15 Apr, 1915 937
The Lyceum in Lebanon 22 Apr, 1915 939
Amusements in Lebanon 29 Apr, 1915 941
First History of Ohio 6 May, 1915 943
Cincinnati Book Printing 13 May, 1915 945
Farming in 1850 20 May, 1915 947
Isaac Walter 27 May, 1915 949
Some Pioneer Incidents 3 Jun, 1915 951
Early Militia Officers 10 Jun, 1915 953
An Interesting Date--Beedle's Station 17Jun, 1915 955
A Letter of Symmes 1 Jul, 1915 957
Symmes Surveyors 8 Jul, 1915 959
Stations of Defense 15 Jul, 1915 961
Wm Henry Harrison 22 Jul, 1915 963
First Years of Peace 29 Jul, 1915 965
History of Springboro 5 Aug, 1915 967
The Large Townships of N West 12 Aug, 1915 971
Early Ohio River Craft 19 Aug, 1915 973
Incidents of Steambot Travel 26 Aug, 1915 975
Before the Steamboat 2 Sep, 1915 977
Our Big Wild Game 9 Sep, 1915 979
Twentieth Century Spelling 16 Sep, 1915 981
Chas B Murray 23 Sep, 1915 983
Statistics 30 Sep , 1915 985
Lebanon's First Bank 7 Oct, 1915 987
First Bank Failures 14 Oct, 1915 989
Little Miami Canal 21 Oct, 1915 991
Jonathan Tichenor 28 Oct, 1915 993
Q&A on Ohio History and Government 4 Nov, 1915 995
The Single Defeat of James Monroe 11 Nov, 1915 997
Our Early Governors 18 Nov, 1915 999
Governors of Ohio 25 Nov, 1915 1001
The Whigs of Ohio 2 Dec, 1915 1003
Ohio and Michigan War 9 Dec, 1915 1005
The Black Laws of Ohio 16 Dec, 1915 1007
Lebanon 75 Years Ago 23 Dec, 1915 1009
Ohio's War Governors 30 Dec, 1915 1011
Ohio in the War 6 Jan, 1916 1013
Thomas Morris and Thomas Hamer 13 Jan, 1916 1015
Forward Movements in Education 20 Jan, 1916 1017
William Ludlow 27 Jan, 1916 1019
Patrick Henry 3 Feb, 1916 1021
Our Early Ex- Presidents 10 Feb, 1916 1023
Hundredth Anniversary of Alfred Holbrook 17 Feb, 1916 1025
The Greatest Americans 24 Feb, 1916 1027
The World's Great Men 2 Mar, 1916 1029
Hobbies and Specialties 9 Mar, 1916 1031
Hobbies and Specialties 16 Mar, 1916 1033
First Friction Matches 23 Mar, 1916 1035
The Ohio Argus 30 Mar, 1916 1037
Industries in Lebanon in 1830 6 Apr, 1916 1039
The Cholera in 1833 13 Apr, 1916 1041
Visit of Daniel Webster to Lebanon June 21, 1833 20 Apr, 1916 1043
The Thomasonians 27 Apr, 1916 1045
How Ohio was Named 4 May, 1916 1047
The Anti-Mason Party 11 May, 1916 1049
Date of Ohio's Admission to Union 18 May, 1916 1051
DeWitt Clinton's Tour of Ohio 25 May, 1916 1053
National Conventions 1 Jun, 1916 1055
Our Quadrennail Contests 8 Jun, 1916 1057
Best Things in Town 15 Jun, 1916 1059
The Renomination of Presidents for Second Term 22 Jun, 1916 1061
Two Independence Days 29 Jun, 1916 1063
Rare Old Books Found in Lebanon 4 Jul, 1916 1065
A Mound Exploration 13 Jul, 1916 1067
Declining Sectariansim 20 Jul, 1916 1069
My Autographs 27 Jul, 1916 1071
Letters of William McLean 3 Aug, 1916 1073
Letters of William McLean 10 Aug, 1916 1075
Samuel Bigger 17 Aug, 1916 1077
Customs and Conditions of a Former Generation 24 Aug, 1916 1079
A Timber Contract 31 Aug, 1916 1081
Warren Countians in "Who's Who" 7 Sep, 1916 1083
Successful Americans 14 Sep, 1916 1085
Motion Picture Theatres 21 Sep, 1916 1087
Man and His Machines 28 Sep, 1916 1089
Graham Worth's Journey From Phila. to Cinti in 1817 5 Oct, 1916 1091
Making a President 12 Oct , 1916 1093
The Office of  Presidenet 19 Oct, 1916 1095
The High School Vote 26 Oct, 1916 1097
Old and New High School Facilities 2 Nov, 1916 1099
The Morrow Quadrangle 9 Nov , 1916 1101
Straight Ticket Voting 16 Nov, 1916 1103
After Election Notes 23 Nov, 1916 1105
Result of Presidential Election 30 Nov, 1916 1107
Our Electrical Week 7 Dec, 1916 1109
Cephas Hollaway's Boyhood 14 Dec, 1916 1111
A Christmas Frolic at Lebanon's First Schoolhouse 21 Dec, 1916 1113
Some Old School Books 28 Dec, 1916 1115
Our Colleges in 1835 4 Jan, 1917 1117
Historic Ground Selected for New High School Site 11 Jan, 1917 1119
Today's Motor Marvels 18 Jan, 1917 1121
Ohio's Political History 25 Jan, 1917 1123
Presidentiall Speeches 1 Feb, 1917 1125
Samuel Lewis 8 Feb, 1917 1127
Free School Beginnings 15 Feb, 1917 1129
Myths of Boyhood of Family 22 Feb, 1917 1131
Vocational Education 1 Mar, 1917 1133
Cemetery Reforms 8 Mar, 1917 1135
Early Cincinnati 15 Mar, 1917 1137
Wesley's Sermons 22 Mar, 1917 1139
The Motion Picture 29 Mar, 1917 1141
Our Food Problem 5 Apr, 1917 1143
William James 12 Apr, 1917 1145
James Har-Rev Soldier 19 Apr, 1917 1147
Pioneer Incident James Smith and Aaron Hunt Family 26 Apr, 1917 1149
Samuel Highway 3 May, 1917 1151
George E. Morrow  10 May, 1917 1153
The Great Revolution 17 May, 1917 1155
Dr. Evan Banes  24 May, 1917 1157
Some Large Counties of VA 31 May, 1917 1159
Old Patent Medicines  7 June, 1917 1161
Two Old New York Newspapers 14 June, 1917 1163
Manufacture of Tractors 21 June, 1917 1165
Dr. James Scott 28 June, 1917 1167
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 12 Jul, 1917 1169
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 19 Jul, 1917 1171
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 26 Jul, 1917 1173
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 2 Aug, 1917 1175
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 9 Aug, 1917 1177
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 16 Aug, 1917 1179
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 23 Aug, 1917 1181
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 30 Aug, 1917 1183
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 6 Sep, 1917 1185
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 13 Sep, 1917 1187
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 20 Sep , 1917 1189
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 27 Sep, 1917 1191
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 4 Oct, 1917 1193
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 11 Oct, 1917 1195
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 18 Oct, 1917 1197
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 25 Oct, 1917 1199
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 1 Nov, 1917 1201
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 8 Nov, 1917 1203
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 15 Nov , 1917 1205
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 22 Nov, 1917 1207
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 29 Nov, 1917 1209
Leading Facts in History of Warren County 6 Dec, 1917 1211
Our Big Boulder 13 Dec, 1917 1213
Hopewell Culture and Fort Ancient Culture 20 Dec, 1917 1215
Samuel H. Hale 27 Dec, 1917 1217
Fort Ancient and Hopewell Culture 3 Jan, 1918 1219
Corwin in Congress 10 Jan, 1918 1221
Tom Corwin 17 Jan, 1918 1223
Ingersoll on Corwin 24 Jan, 1918 1225
The Sons of Robert Wilson 31 Jan, 1918 1227
Corwin Private Letters 7 Feb, 1918 1229
Chillicothe in Wartime 14 Feb, 1918 1231
Farm Machinery 14 Feb, 1918 1233
Fences in Lebanon 21 Feb, 1918 1235
Samuel Kirkham in 1826 28 Feb, 1918 1237
Undenominational Churches 7 Mar, 1918 1239
Letter by Thos. Corwin 1819 14 Mar, 1918 1241
Roads and Turnpikes 21 Mar, 1918 1243
J Q Adams Lincoln Grant 28 Mar, 1918 1245
More of Corwin's Letter 4 Apr, 1918 1247
Corwin's Boyhood Home 11Apr, 1918 1249
The Packing Industry 18 Apr, 1918 1251
Anthony Trollope and  John Stuart Mill 25 Apr, 1918 1253
Our Country's Name 2 May, 1918 1255
The Postage Stamp 9 May, 1918 1257
About Postage Stamps 16 May, 1918 1259
Automotive Machines 23 May, 1918 1261
Amusements in Wartime 30 May, 1918 1263
Man's Progressing Flying 6 June, 1918 1265
The Twentieth Century 13 June, 1918 1267
Lately Printed Letter of Fillmore 20 June, 1918 1269
A 4th of July Lesson 27 June, 1918 1271
Some Curious Facts of the American Revolution 4 July, 1918 1273
The Ohio Indians 11 July, 1918 1275
Prehistoric Ohio 18 July, 1918 1277
Concerning Colleges 25 July, 1918 1279
American Corn and Hogs 1 Aug, 1918 1281
Fast Writing and Printing 8 Aug, 1918 1283
Prof  Holbrook's First Year in Lebanon 1855 15 Aug, 1918 1285
The Governors of Ohio 22 Aug, 1918 1287
Defeats of the Governors 29 Aug, 1918 1289
Defeats of Presidents 5 Sept, 1918 1291
Judge Wm. Johnston 12 Sept, 1918 1293
Judge Wm. Johnston 19 Sept, 1918 1295
A Letter to Gen. Grant 26 Sept, 1918 1297
Prof David Swing 3 Oct, 1918 1299
A Great Speech by McKinley 10 Oct, 1918 1301
Lindley Murray's School Reader 17 Oct, 1918 1303
Our Indian Summer 24 Oct, 1918 1305
Loveland's Early History 31 Oct, 1918 1307
An Old Spelling Book 7 Nov, 1918 1309
Warren County's Wonders 14 Nov, 1918 1311
Joel Wright 21 Nov, 1918 1313
Americus B. Gooch 28 Nov, 1918 1315
Holbrook's Normal School 5 Dec , 1918 1317
Opinions in Lebanon on Militarism 12 Dec, 1918 1319
Greatest Facts in History 19 Dec, 1918 1321
The Most Noted City (Cincinnati) 26 Dec, 1918 1323
Elder or Reverend 9 Jan, 1919 1325
James Axley 16 Jan, 1919 1327
Notable Facts About Our Last General Election 23 Jan, 1919 1329
Some Recollections of Partisan Methods 30 Jan, 1919 1331
Theodore Roosevelt 6 Feb, 1919 1333
Six Preachers Who Initiated the First Unsectarian Church 13 Feb, 1919 1335
Washington and Lincoln 20 Feb, 1919 1337
Hall of Fame 27 Feb, 1919 1339
Pres. Wilson's Trip to Europe 6 Mar, 1919 1341
Dickens in Ohio 13 Mar, 1919 1343
Forward Step in Transprotation 20 Mar, 1919 1345
Vallandigham's Campaign 27 Mar, 1919 1347
To Promote Knowledge 3 Apr, 1919 1349
The Greatest Gifts for Intellectual Progress 10 Apr, 1919 1351
Salmon P. Chase 17 Apr, 1919 1353
After War Prosperity 24 Apr, 1919 1355
Decline of War Spirit 1 May, 1919 1357
Simplifred Spelling 8 May, 1919 1359
Wonders of the Memory 15 May, 1919 1361
Youthful Letters of Salmon P. Chase 22 May, 1919 1363
The Great World Powers 29 May, 1919 1365
Heresy Trial Rev. Simear Brown 5 June, 1919 1367
The Word Democracy 12 June, 1919 1369
A. G. McBurney 19 June, 1919 1371
Dying Denominationalism  26 June, 1919 1373
Long Lived People 3 July, 1919 1375
The Red Postage Stamp 10 July, 1919 1377
Our  Bond Issues 17 July, 1919 1379
James D. Wallace 24 July, 1919 1381
Early Lebanon Methodists 31 July, 1919 1383
Early Lebanon Methodists 7 Aug, 1919 1385
Changes in Old Order of Church 14 Aug, 1919 1387
Judge George R. Sage 21 Aug, 1919 1389
Judge Sage's Lectures 28 Aug, 1919 1391
Josiah Holbrook to be Honored 4 Sept, 1919 1393
Old Columbia Township 11 Sept, 1919 1395
The Gardiner Claim 18 Sept, 1919 1397
Motion Picture Marvels 25 Sept, 1919 1399
Millions For Amusement 2 Oct, 1919 1401
Cincinnati's New Time 9 Oct, 1919 1403
Our Old Private Schools 16 Oct, 1919 1405
History of Livestock in Ohio 23 Oct, 1919 1407
Our Farm Animals  30 Oct , 1919 1409
Our Central Time 6 Nov, 1919 1411
Independent Voting 13 Nov, 1919 1413
World Wide Movements 20 Nov, 1919 1415
Going to College 27 Nov, 1919 1417
America in World War 4 Dec, 1919 1419
A Million an Hour  4 Dec, 1919 1421
Some of our Ancestors Redemptioneers and Indentured Convicts 18 Dec, 1919 1423
Our Own Coal  25 Dec, 1919 1425
The Fossil Collectors 1 Jan, 1920 1427
New England and the South  8 Jan, 1920 1429
Virginia Hospitality 15 Jan, 1920 1431
George Washington in Ohio 22 Jan, 1920 1433
The Miami Valley 29 Jan, 1920 1435
The First Towns of the Miami Country 5 Feb, 1920 1437
The World's Big Business 12 Feb, 1920 1439
Washington's Farming 19 Feb, 1920 1441
William Wirt's British Spy 26 Feb, 1920 1443
Biographical Reading 4 Mar, 1920 1445
 Appropriations for Farmers 11 Mar, 1920 1447
A New Era for Farmers 18 Mar, 1920 1449
Early Printing Presses 25 Mar, 1920 1451
Some Striking Facts - Religious Survey 25 Mar, 1920 1453
Ohio's Past Politics  8 Apr, 1920 1455
The Governorshop in Ohio 15 Apr, 1920 1457
Ohio's Governors  22 Apr, 1920 1459
Ohio's Governors  29 Apr, 1920 1461
Ohio's Governors  6 May, 1920 1463
Ohio's Governors  13 May, 1920 1465
Nominating Presidents 20 May, 1920 1467
Presedential Candidates Who Have Taken the Stump 27 May, 1920 1469
Ways To The Presidency 3 June, 1920 1471
The First National Party Convention 10 June, 1920 1473
Fortunate Presidents 17 June , 1920 1475
Early Nominations of Presidential Candidates 24 June, 1920 1477
Displacement of Horses by Automobiles 1 July, 1920 1479
Our Highest Office 8 July, 1920 1481
 William Henry Venable  15 July, 1920 1483
Political Party Names 22 July, 1920 1485
The Ohio Presedents 29 July, 1920 1487
Ohio's Productivity in Presidents Lately 5 Aug, 1920 1489
Ohio Politics 12 Aug, 1920 1491
Some Strange Facts in Ohio Politics 19 Aug, 1920 1493
Ohio's Election Day 26 Aug , 1920 1495
Minority Presidents 2 Sept, 1920 1497
The Great Party Schisms 9 Sept, 1920 1499
Steamboat Rides of Lafayette in 1825 16 Sept, 1920 1501
Some Ohio Incidents of Lafayette's Visit 23 Sept, 1920 1503
Our Great Cities 30 Sept, 1920 1505
Defeated for President 7 Oct, 1920 1507
Incidents in Campaigns 14 Oct , 1920 1509
Marvelous Progress in Invention 21 Oct, 1920 1511
The New Voters 26 Oct, 1920 1513
Robert Way 4 Nov, 1920 1515
Lebanon in War of 1812 11 Nov, 1920 1517
Our Hall of Fame 18 Nov, 1920 1519
John E Day 25 Nov, 1920 1521
An Early Quaker Preacher 2 Dec, 1920 1523
Our Family Names 9 Dec, 1920 1525
A Quaker's Autobiography 16 Dec, 1920 1527
A Notable Incident in the Last National Election 23 Dec, 1920 1529
Around Ohio in 1749 30 Dec, 1920 1531
Indian Portages in Ohio 6 Jan, 1921 1533
Ohio Geographic Names 13 Jan, 1921 1535
Facts in Ohio History 20 Jan, 1921 1537
Army Life in Civil War 27 Jan, 1921 1539
Pioneer Incidents 27 Jan, 1921 1541
Corwin & McLean 24 Feb, 1921 1543
Astonishing Facts (Colleges) 3 Mar, 1921 1545
Observations on National Administration 10 Mar, 1921 1547
Our Christian Names 17 Mar, 1921 1549
World Wide Facts 24 Mar, 1921 1551
Growth of Public High Schools 31 Mar, 1921 1553
Durbin Ward 7 Apr, 1921 1555
Preachers and Business 14 Apr, 1921 1557
The Puritan Sunday 21 Apr, 1921 1559
The Miami Christians 28 Apr, 1921 1561
Controversial Preachers 5 May, 1921 1563
Uneducated Preachers 12 May, 1921 1565
Pay of Preachers 19 May, 1921 1567
Old School Baptists 26 May, 1921 1569
Concerning Fort Ancient 2 Jun, 1921 1571
The Indians as Mound Builders 9 Jun, 1921 1573
the Eighth President -- Van Buren 16 Jun, 1921 1575
Archeological Maps -- Mounds 23 Jun, 1921 1577
Great Prehistoric Works 30 Jun, 1921 1579
Ohio's Largest Mound 7 Jul, 1921 1581
Our Chief Justices 14 Jul, 1921 1583
Rev Henry Y Rush 21 Jul, 1921 1585
Lindley Murray Readers 28 Jul, 1921 1587
Ohio State Archeological and Historical  Society 4 Aug, 1921